Legal Training for Non-Lawyers in Domestic Violence and Legal Remedies
DAW Training Enterprises is a training company run by Debbie Winterbourne, based in London. We run specialised in-house legal training in domestic violence (for non-lawyers and lawyers). If your organisation is interested in booking a course, simply telephone Debbie on 07952 593201.
London course running on Tuesday 26th June 2018 on new Homelessness Reduction Act 2017.
Domestic Violence & Housing: Implications of Homelessness Reduction Act 2017
One Day Legal Training Course for non-lawyers
Venue: Greenwich, London SE10 8JS (adjacent to Greenwich DLR station)
Date: Tuesday 26th June 2018 from 10am to 4.30pm
The Homelessness Reduction Act 2017 came into force on 3rd April 2018 and has made substantial changes to the law on homelessness.
Staff working in the area of domestic abuse will benefit from attending this one day training to update themselves on the current and new law.
- This course will cover the following areas:
- How to make a homeless application for victims of domestic abuse;
- Main duty of local authorities under the Housing Act 1996;
- Changes under the Homelessness Reduction Act 2017;
- New Homelessness Code of Guidance for Local Authorities 2018;
- Eligibility for homeless assistance: Women with no recourse to public funds;
- Duties of Social Services
Space is limited so to confirm a place, please contact: 07952 593201 or
There are also three different standard courses on offer, and we can also tailor make a course for your particular needs:
What do you get from attending?
Training from a highly experienced solicitor who has worked with human rights and domestic violence sector for over twenty years;
A training that is delivered in easy to understand format with no legal jargon;
Great handouts to take away packed full of the latest information concerning legal developments in Domestic Violence and the Law;
Great value at only £750 plus travel expenses for a day’s training (up to 16 delegates) at your place.
Call 07952 593201
What previous delegates have said about the course:
‘Excellent training; informative, accessible for those without a legal background and the use of case studies really helps to put theory into practical situations. I would recommend this to all agencies working with victims of domestic violence.’